Osaka says therapy helping after Miami win

By Steve Brenner

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"I don't know if I am allowed to say this" What??

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Osaka back in the news: suddenly tennis becomes a popular sport, everybody is an expert, and hate flows...

Congratulations for the win, and hopefully the therapy will help her fulfill her great potential.

Related, Daniel Taro just won his match against Munar, a tricky opponent. It seems this may be his great season.

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sad that anyone cares

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Sad that there are many people out there who don't have the luxury having a professional therapist.

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She is lucky to have the money to pay for a luxury lifestyle such as therapist bills which an average 24 year old can't afford. So stop crying on court, Osaka!

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I'm glad she's getting therapy, but she needs to stop talking like a 12-year old.

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"I don't know if I'm allowed to say this, but I finally started talking to a therapist after Indian Wells," Osaka said.

She knows full well that this revelation will bring a torrent of sympathy.

Despite her immature antics these past few years, I hope she gets the actual help she needs.

If not, pull a Barty.

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I just wanted to prove I could come back out here, compete and have the best attitude I could.

good on you, girl. Know what your problem/weakness is and deal with it

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Yeah, she really needs to get a lot stronger mentally if she wants to continue playing tennis competitively, crying on court just screams weakness and competitors and trolls will pounce on her. I hope the therapist helps a lot, and she can have a few more years playing before her body gives out. She's no Serena Williams or Steffi Graf, but she could have a fine run of it if she gets her head together.

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